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"that what we may have lost in weight, we've more than gained in friends"
Mural ditties and Sime Road soliloquies.
Illustrated by R.W.E. Harper. Foreword by N.R. Jarrett. Singapore Kelly & Walsh 
First edition. Small 4to (25 x 19 cm), pp. [ii], 26, with illustrations throughout. Stapled as issued in cloth-backed pictorial boards. Boards somewhat soiled, contents clean.
COPAC records copies at the Imperial War Museum and Oxford.
Rambles in India, China, &c. A Journal:
in Three Parts. Part I.- A voyage to India. Part II.- The City of Palaces. Part III.- China and the Chinese. [London]: printed for private circulation 1859
First edition pp.vi, , 196. A very good copy in lightly dust-soiled original cloth. Minor wear to extremities. Pages35-42 torn in margin.
COPAC shows 3 copies only
Prisoners their own Warders.
A Record of the Convict Prison at Singapore in the Straits Settlements established 1825, discontinued 1873, together with a cursory history of the Convict Establishments at Bencoolen, Penang and Malacca from the year 1797. Westminster Archibald Constable 1899
First edition, 8vo (23 x 16 cm), pp.xvi, 191, 23 plates. A very good copy in rather dull and lightly rubbed original cloth. Book plate professionally removed from front free end-paper.
Memoir of the Life and Public Services of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, F.R.S. &c.
Particularly in the Government of Java, 1811-1816, and of Bencoolen and its Dependencies, 1817-1824; with Details of the Commerce and Resources of the Eastern Archipelago, and Selections from his Correspondence. By His Widow. London John Murray 1830
First edition 4to, pp.xv, , 723, , 100, 7 plates, 4 maps, several folding, including the large panorama of Singapore. A good copy bound in quarter leather, recased with new endpapers. Some plates repaired. Occasional spotting and light staining.
The Laws of the Straits Settlements.
Volume I. 1835-1900; Volume II. 1901-1907; Volume III. 1908-1912; Volume IV. 1913-1919; Volume V. Private Ordinances. Revised up to and including the 31st day of December, 1919, but exclusive of War and Emergency Legislation. London Waterlow & Sons 1920
(Revised edition) Five volumes, pp.xiv, 808; vi, 821; vi, 864; vii, 823; iv, 152. A good but rather browned complete set in worn original bindings.
Singapore Malaya Publishing House 1931
First edition in book form, pp.123. A very good copy in the original cloth-backed boards. Inscribed "Dolly, Christmas 1931", and with a later ownership signature. Bookseller's label of Kelly & Walsh, Raffles Place.
COPAC records one copy only, in the British Library